After nearly 50 years of employment, librarian leaves $4 million to university after death
For nearly 50 years, Robert Morin worked quietly at the library of the University of New Hampshire (UNH).
He passed away a little over a year ago at the age of 77, and to the surprise of many, Morin left a small fortune to his employer and alma mater — $4 million to be exact.
He amassed the wealth by steadily working as a cataloguer at UNH’s Dimond Library starting in the 1960s, according to the Union Leader. When he wasn’t working, Morin had a passion for reading and watching films. By never going out, driving an old car and eating frozen dinners, he was able to save millions. Read more…
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